Free Fire has become in its own right one of the most popular battle royale for mobile devices especially in regions like Latin America or Asia where the title is enormously popular and shares the crown of the genre with PUBG Mobile.
Garena, creators of the game, announced today that Free Fire joins the Christmas celebrations in a very special way, premiering on January 1, 2022, New Years Day, his nnew map, Alps, ushering in the final part of the New Age campaign to end in spring.
From today Free Fire players they can catch a glimpse of the Alps thanks to a new immersive experience using the gyroscope of their mobile getting a 360 view of this new location as well as being able to unlock mini-tests to discover hidden treasures while exploring the different areas as if using virtual reality glasses. To be able to explore the map is as easy as you should enter the game, access the New Age area and click on the Alps building.
This new map will allow us win up to 100 Magic Cube Shards by participating in various encounters and also, players who enter the game on January 1 will receive the Yeti pet that they can add to the battle and that will accompany them through a map that will have cinco main zones Which are the following:
- Mirador: An area made up of different buildings and structures, and some roads between them. The warehouse is in the center of this area and is a crucial position to want to control the area.
- Station: A building that takes up most of the central area of the map, with an ideal central platform to control it and a totally secure location inside to create a good defense.
- Dock: An open area with a couple of warehouses to shelter in addition to many containers in which to find equipment.
- River mouth: A housing estate with neatly laid out houses where players can collect lots of materials to equip, but it will also be a hot spot for battles against other players.
- Fusin: A building surrounded by buildings that serve as support. It is a layered structure that makes it impossible to approach the entrance of the central building from the surroundings without being detected.